World Anti-Doping Agency Just Gave Olympic Athletes the Green Light to Use CBD Products
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World Anti-Doping Agency Just Gave Olympic Athletes the Green Light to Use CBD Products

Dr. Al Sears — To Your Good Health 
Oct 24, 2018

As it turns out, the very first Olympians, back in 776 B.C., used CBD oil to treat a variety of illnesses and ailments.

The World Anti-Doping Agency just gave Olympic athletes the green light to use CBD products — or cannabinoids — to manage their pain.

And it only took 2,800 years. More on that in a moment…

This is huge news for people who depend on their bodies to perform at peak levels day in and day out.

But it’s also big news for my patients at the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine.

You see, living where I do in South Florida, I have a lot of patients of retirement age. And they moved to this area so they could enjoy their days outdoors playing golf and tennis all year round.

But the aches and pains that go along with getting older sometimes keep my patients from doing the things they love.

My patients want natural solutions to treat their pain. And that’s what I offer them. But now, I have a new tool in my arsenal that’s highly effective, natural and safe — CBD.

You see, my patients know that Big Pharma’s painkillers are not a good long-term choice. By now, everyone is aware of the opioid epidemic in our country. But even over-the-counter pain meds are dangerous…

  • Low-dose aspirinis toxic when taken too often. Regular use increases your risk of bleeding, getting ulcers, developing hearing loss and having liver and kidney failure.1 Even conventional doctors and the FDA have stopped recommending that everyone take a low-dose aspirin daily because they finally get that the risks outweigh any benefit.
  • Acetaminophen, or Tylenol, is marketed as the world’s safest drug. But recent studies found it can increase blood pressure, double your risk of certain cancers, lead to broken bones and cause liver damage.2,3,4,5
  • NSAIDsincrease your risk of heart attack and stroke — within just one week of consistent use. And the more you use, the more your risk goes up.6

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